If you have 16" wheels you can only have the standard duty brakes (305mm). If you have 17" wheels you probably have the heavy duty brakes (328mm), unless you can fit you hand between the caliper and the wheel.
They packed as much brake as they could into the wheels, so there's not much of a gap between calipers and the wheel unless you have the 305mm rotors on 17" wheels.
Posted before, but posting again.
Right after implementation of this new platform, we are getting many, many, many annoying redirects. Many members may not notice it, but I do.
Some of those redirects ends up on dangerous pages.
Checked many sites, only found those problems on sites...
I have a 1999 T&C AWD with about 216K miles running original engine and transmission using ALL FULL SYNTHETIC LUBRICANTS.
About 5 years ago (~ 40K miles back) I began having to have the front windshield wiper motor replaced every 1 - 2 years.
Executive summary : the Chrysler front windshield...
Now that we have some down time, I think the site could benefit from a forum dedicated to handicap conversions. It's not something I'd need, but could be helpful to the many forum members that have handicap conversion equipment. I've worked on a few vans with wheelchair ramps and lifts and may...